wrap it around his abdomen, forming a barrier to keep the contents inside and everything else outside. It was air tight and after a few layers became thick enough to help support his core.
His lungs fill with air again and he takes a few deep breaths. The loss of internal pressure from such an injury would destabilise your diaphragm and made it very hard to breath. He knew this, and he knew it was part of the reason why he was feeling dizzy. It was as much a priority to keep his brain fed with oxygen as it was energy if he was going to stay awake – and alive.
After a moment he crawls to the kitchen island and enters the access code into the keypad to gain access to the bunker below. It slides half way across and stops. The power cutting off before it finishes.